Acrobat DC Essentials: Creating Forms Register online at training.unl.eduDate: Time: 9:30 am–10:30 am
Canfield Administration Building South Room: 316
Additional Info: ADMS
Contact: Ranelle Maltas, 402-472-0585, email@example.com
You are already familiar with paper forms: documents with blanks that people fill in and deliver to the appropriate person or organization. An Adobe PDF form is a computer-based version of a form, which can either be distributed through email or CDs, or published on a website. PDF files can be designed as interactive forms streamlining the process of filling out a form and of collecting form information. Filling in a form can be done in either Acrobat or the free Adobe Reader. We will learn how to convert paper forms to interactive PDF forms, adding text fields, check boxes and buttons, and then distribute the forms. We’ll look at how to track and manage forms.
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